“Background Technology” means the IP and other rights in the DNDi Background Technology or the Entasis Background Technology respectively that were either: (i) Controlled by the relevant Party as of the Effective Date; or (ii) conceived and reduced to practice, made or developed and Controlled by a Party during the Term outside the scope of the Collaboration Programme.
“Entasis Background Technology” shall mean any Background Technology of Entasis relating to the API that is necessary or useful for the performance of the Collaboration Programme; provided, however, that if any Third Party becomes an Affiliate of Entasis after the Effective Date, Entasis Background Technology shall exclude any IP controlled by such Third Party before such Third Party became Entasis’s Affiliate.
“Future Indications” shall mean any community–acquired indications outside of the Field.
4. Development of Drug Product
4.14 In order to preserve efficacy and responsible use of the Drug Product, each Party agrees that neither the API nor the Drug Product shall be developed by or on behalf of either Party for the Future Indications without the prior consent of the other Party, not to be unreasonably withheld.
6. Product Manufacture & Supply
6.1 Within six (6) months of the Effective Date or such longer period as may otherwise be agreed in writing (including by email), the Parties shall agree a detailed Manufacturing and Supply Plan for the supply of the Drug Product through the JSC. The Manufacturing and Supply Plan shall be based on the following principles: […]
6.1.11 each Party (or its Sublicensee) shall use its own name and/or logo for Commercialisation in its Territory unless otherwise agreed.
7. Intellectual Property
7.5 Entasis hereby grants to DNDi, a worldwide, fully paid up, exclusive and royalty–free license with the right to sublicense to any Sublicensee (subject to Clause 7.6) through multiple tiers to use the Entasis Background Technology and the Entasis Collaboration Technology:
7.5.1 in connection with all activities associated with the development of the Drug Product in the Field in accordance with the Development Plan and the Regulatory Plan;
For the avoidance of doubt, subject always to Clause 4.14, Entasis retains the right to use and grant licenses to the Entasis Background Technology and the Entasis Collaboration Technology (i) to perform its obligations under this Agreement and (ii) for any purposes not set out above.
7.6 The appointment of distributors and other commercial Sublicensees (for clarity, excluding all CSPs) by DNDi will be subject to Entasis’ prior written consent, not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed, provided that the Sublicensee is required to comply with the restrictions set out in sub–clauses Clause 7.5.1 to 7.5.3 inclusive.
7.7 DNDi hereby grants to Entasis, a worldwide, fully paid up, exclusive and royalty–free license with the right to sublicense to any Sublicensee through multiple tiers to use the DNDi Background Technology and the DNDi Collaboration Technology:
7.7.1 in connection with the development of the Drug Product in the Field in accordance with the Development Plan and the Regulatory Plan;
For the avoidance of doubt, subject always to Clause 4.14, DNDi retains the right to use and grant licenses to the DNDi Background Technology and the DNDi Collaboration Technology (i) to perform its obligations under this Agreement and (ii) to enable registration of the Drug Product in the DNDi Territory and for any purposes not set out above (including, without limitation, for academic and research purposes).
7.8 The appointment of a Sublicensee (other than a CSP) by Entasis will not be subject to DNDi’s prior written consent.
7.9 If the Parties agree to develop a Drug Product for Future Indications, each Party shall and hereby does grant to the other a worldwide, fully paid up, non–exclusive and royalty–free license to use its respective Background Technology and Collaboration Technology for development for Future Indications.
7.10 If a Drug Product is developed by a Party for Future Indications in accordance with Clause 4.14, the Party that develops technology for such purpose (“Future Indications Technology”) shall: (a) provide to the other on a confidential basis, details of any Future Indications Technology arising from such development activities that is necessary for the performance of the other Party’s obligations under the Collaboration Programme; and (b) grant to the other Party a right to use such Future Indications Technology in the Field (including for Future Indications in accordance with Clause 4.14) on the same terms set out in Clauses respectively in Clauses 7.5 and 7.7 respectively, provided that such licence shall be non–exclusive.